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This current half-decade has been an exciting, wild, and invigorating time for television.
NBC has officially ditched its long-running Must-See TV lineup, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the great shows it produced.
Kevin Roper, the driver of one of the trucks involved in the incident, has been charged with one count of death by auto and four counts of assault by auto.
Yes, OF COURSE the Star Wars Holiday Special is in here!
Plus: David Schwimmer is schwimming back to TV, Scott Bakula is leaping back to TV, and Breaking Bad won some more awards.
Homeland is also nominated. Because it's not easy acting like your show hasn't gone to crazy town.
Plus: There might be a Beverly Hills, 90210 reunion happening at ABC Family, Ed Asner is going Crazy, and there are now extra Bravermans on Netflix.
The Emmys are right around the corner, which means it's time to talk at length about the Emmys.
It's really, really, really difficult for women to land nominations for writing and directing Emmys, in either comedy or drama. In fact, it's safe to say that the Emmys have almost entirely failed to recognize female writers and directors over the last three decades.
Will Modern Family continue to dominate? Will Girls or Louie piggyback on last year's successes and grab even more wins? And will Arrested Development make a triumphant return to its former Emmy glory?
This first batch is based on much of January plus the first week of February.
30 Rock's leads also took home some hardware... again!
Plus: Cougar Town debuts on TBS, Days of Our Lives lives on, and Dick Wolf gets into real-life law and order.
Plus: Another blow for Community, Abu Nazir heads to CSI: NY, and Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence in a comedy?
In Version 6.0: A beloved doc hangs up his stethoscope, a princess gets married, and a gangster receives a nasty surprise.
We projected the TV.com bat-logo into the sky and summoned the site's contributors to ask them to name their five favorite shows of the year.
But they did give surprising nods to Smash and The Newsroom. Homeland and Game Change earned the most nominations overall.
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